There are a variety of areas in which to volunteer:

* Box  
* Chainsaw (Basic/Advanced)
+ Feeding
+  Mud Out
-  Water Purification
Blue Tarp (Temporary Roof)
-  Laundry


* These units are fielded by DBA
+ These are units that are staffed

Operation Care Dallas - 2009    Thousands of meals are served to the homeless by DBA yellow caps.
Hurricane Ike:  A DBA Chainsaw crew praying with a homeowner after working on his yard.
We would love to have you join us! 

 - you do not have to be Baptist

 - your Church does not have to be part of the Denton Baptist Association.

 - you MUST be a born again believer

 - you must be willing to serve within the policies and guidelines of the DBA Disaster Relief Team and of the Texas Baptist Men

 - you can be male or female

If interested to hear more about how to participate please send an email to

If you would like to contribute to this effort, donations can be made to:

Denton Baptist Association Disaster Relief
1406 N. Corinth, Ste. 408
Corinth, Texas  76208

Links for more resources and information:

Texas Baptist Men Disaster Relief:

Denton Baptist Association:
Last Updated on:
   Sep 9, 2014
Denton Baptist Association Disaster Relief 
Haiti Earthquake:   Yellow caps from all over North Texas
work at the TBM Headquaters to make water purification
kits to send to Haitian earthquake victims.
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it under a bowl.  Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.  In the same way, let your light shine
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A storm has destroyed homes and businesses.      Power lines are down and no one has electricity.   Food and water are in short
supply.    Help is hard to find and scam artists are out looking to exploit the dire needs of others.   For just about everyone it is a miserable time, but for the sick, aged, and infirm the situation is desperate...

In the midst of this chaos the love of Jesus shines very brightly
when volunteer 'yellow caps' from the Denton Baptist Association
Disaster Relief Team arrive on the scene providing food, water,
physical assistance and spiritual guidance to those in need.  Also,
in stark contrast, everything is being provided entirely free of charge!
The word spreads fast between neighbors and in the local churches. 

Many folks come with great needs, some they don't even realize
they have.   Help is provided, souls are saved, and God is glorified.

Disaster relief is a unique opportunity to live your Christian
witness. Volunteers not only provide much needed physical
assistance, but act as living examples of God's love when people are
looking for Him most.

Yellow Cap Orientation Training

The Denton Baptist Disaster Relief Team works with the Texas
Baptist Men.   All volunteers must go through yellow cap orientation training before being deployed.   Denton Baptist Association has a TBM certified yellow cap trainer, certified basic chainsaw trainer, and also a certified shower and box unit trainer (see the current information tab for more details concerning DBA disaster relief training.) 


Disaster deployments can happen at any time of the year, but are more common during hurricane season (June through October). Deployments are usually within the US, but occasionally are international.   Almost always they are of fairly
short notice.


























            DBA provides basic yellow cap and some type of specialty training at least twice a year.   Above are some pictures
                         from a water purification specialty training course given at Camp Copass in April, 2011.


























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